The company’s new policy aims to replace around 60 different existing privacy policies.
The poll conducted for the Big Brother Watch pressure group, found that 92 per cent of adults who use the Internet go through a Google service at least once a week.
Nick Pickles, of Big Brother Watch, said that the impact of Google’s new policy cannot be understated, but people are in the dark about what the changes actually mean.
“‘If people don’t understand what is happening to their personal information, how can they make an informed choice about using a service?,” the paper Pickles, as saying.Google is putting advertiser’s interests before user privacy and should not be rushing ahead before the public understand what the changes will mean,” he added.
Big Brother Watch has called for an inquiry into how the new Google policy complies with British data protection law. (ANI)